Headphones for swimming

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  • Logi_Bruce

    Hello NaMe ME,

     

    Thank you for joining the community and for posting your query. I can definitely help you with this one.

     

    Jaybird RUN is made for you to be active. Take them anywhere and everywhere.

     

    There is a big difference between being water resistant or being sweat proof. Water resistance tests only consider fresh water but sweat is a very aggressive fluid and can damage a product badly.

     

    Jaybird RUN earbuds are sealed, designed with sweat in mind, and nano coated to protect against sweat and moisture damage. That being said, we recommend against using them for swimming or water sports that will submerge the buds.

     

    Feel free to reach out back to us by replying to this post or contacting our other support channels at https://www.jaybirdsport.com/en-us/support.html

     

    Warm Regards,

    Jaybird_Bruce

    Jaybird Customer Experience

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  • NaMe ME

    Thanks for the reply! However, I'm a bit bad in English and wondering what you mean by the following:"That being said, we recommend against using them for swimming or water sports that will submerge the buds."?

    Are they good for swimming ore just sweat?

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  • Logi_Bruce

    Hello NaMe ME,

     

    Thank you for the update.

     

    What I meant was they are not recommended for swimming and/or water sports.

     

    Feel free to reach out back to us by replying to this post or contacting our other support channels at https://www.jaybirdsport.com/en-us/support.html

     

    Warm Regards,

    Jaybird_Bruce

    Jaybird Customer Experience

    #PowerYourPassion

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  • craigtravers

    If we submerge your Jaybrd x4 "WATERPROOF" IPX7 headphones in water lets say at a depth of 3 feet for 1-hour in a 10 MPH flow. Will the electronics system continue to function thereafter? How many repeatable sessions underwater will your "WATERPROOF" system survive? Or should the question be: when you say your product is "WATERPROOF" IPX7... Just exactly what are you telling the consumer?

     

    We have a unique waterproof product we are bringing to market and your product would fit nicely with our system provided it truly is "WATERPROOF" IPX7?

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